Rose Cordero Prey Joins Greenberg Traurig’s Dynamic IP Litigation Practice

NEW YORK – Jan. 16, 2019 – Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP  continues strategic growth of its Intellectual Property Litigation Practice with the addition of Rose Cordero Prey as shareholder in its New York office. Prey joins from Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP where she was a partner.

Prey counsels clients on patent litigation, licensing, and due diligence in the mechanical, electrical, computer science, and life science industries. She has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in patent infringement and related litigation cases involving a wide array of technologies. Beyond law, Prey has unique, hands-on experience that includes studying laser welding and serving as an apprentice electrician.

“Rose is a talented trial attorney with unique experience and insight,” said Scott J. Bornstein, the firm’s Global Intellectual Property & Technology Practice co-chair, and Global Patent Litigation Group co-chair, who is a shareholder in its New York office. “She is well-equipped to represent clients in Federal Courts at the trial and appellate levels and before the International Trade Commission. She enhances our already robust practice and we are excited to welcome her.”

“In a time of rapidly evolving technologies, Rose brings unique experience in patent litigation and licensing in mechanical, electrical, and computer science arts; her addition to our team at Greenberg Traurig further widens scope of services we offer our clients across a broad variety of industries,” said Stephen L. Rabinowitz, managing shareholder of the New York office.

“I am excited to work with a deep bench of top-notch lawyers and provide clients with the platform and depth of services Greenberg Traurig offers,” Prey said.

Prey received recognition in the field of intellectual property from Benchmark Litigation, New York Metro Super Lawyers, and the American Society of Legal Advocates. In addition, she is a 2017 Fellow of the Leadership Council for Legal Diversity. Prey is also passionate about pro bono legal work. She has volunteered with The Legal Aid Society to represent disabled adults appealing the denial of Social Security benefits through its Disability Advocacy Project. She was previously honored for her work on a capital appeal through the ABA Death Penalty Representation Project with the Office of the Capital Defender in Northern Virginia. She also has served as Guardian ad Litem, mediator, and member of the University of North Carolina School of Law’s Craven Bench of the Holderness Moot Court Bench. 

Prey received her J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law and her B.S., magna cum laude, from Elon University. While pursuing her undergraduate degree, Prey was awarded a Research Experience for Undergraduates sponsored by the National Science Foundation where she studied laser welding at the University of Central Florida’s CREOL College.

Prey joins on the heels of two recent hires in New York. Niya Tang, a shareholder in the Private Equity and Tax practices and Brian T. Robinson, of counsel in the Entertainment & Media Practice.

About Greenberg Traurig’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice

With more than 180 intellectual property attorneys and agents in the United States, Asia, and Europe, Greenberg Traurig provides a broad range of patent, trademark and copyright protection and strategic counseling. Greenberg Traurig was named a “National Tier 1” Law Firm for IP Litigation, Patent Law, Trademark and Information Technology Law by U.S. News and Best Lawyers, 2017 “Best Law Firms Rankings."

About Greenberg Traurig, LLP: Greenberg Traurig, LLP (GT) has more than 2,000 attorneys in 38 offices in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. GT has been recognized for its philanthropic giving, was named the largest firm in the U.S. by Law360 in 2017, and is among the Top 20 on the 2018 Am Law Global 100. Web: www.gtlaw.com Twitter: @GT_Law.